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Administration/ Board Support Officer, Corporate Services Group, Invercargill
Category:Administration/Office Support
Location: Invercargill
Description:

Calling all administration superstars! We need your help to provide the best support possible to the Southland Conservation Board, and the Department of Conservation, Southern South Island team.  You will be based in Invercargill but will have opportunities to work across our whole region.

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Personal Assistant/Administrator, Operations Group, Wellington
Category:Administration/Office Support
Location: Wellington
Description:

The Department of Conservation is an exciting and rewarding organisation to work for. Our vision, shared with others, is that New Zealand is ‘the greatest living space on earth'.

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Support Officer, Fleet Services, Corporate Services Group, Wellington
Category:Administration/Office Support
Location: Wellington
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Do you enjoy working to support others to be successful – do you always put the customer first, and strive to provide a professional service? If this sounds like you, the Department of Conservation wants to talk to you about a fantastic opportunity based our Fleet team.

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Research Assistant, (2), (Temporary), Biodiversity Group, Hamilton
Category:Science/Environment
Location: Hamilton
Description:

The Threats unit of the Biodiversity Group is seeking two motivated Research Assistants to join the team based in the Kirikiriroa/Hamilton Office on a fixed term basis for 16 months.

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Ranger, Recreation/Historic, Operations Group, Tongariro
Category:Ranger
Location: Tongariro National Park
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How would you like to work in New Zealand's oldest National Park and the World's first Dual World Heritage site?

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Ranger, (2), Operations Group, Nelson Lakes
Category:Ranger
Location: Nelson Lakes
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Are you an active and passionate outdoors person? Do you have lots of practical skills and enjoy working with people? We have an exciting role we think you'll like.

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Supervisor, Biodiversity/Recreation/Historic, Operations Group, Chatham Island
Category:Ranger
Location: Chatham Islands
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Interested in living in one of NZ's most unique and special locations? Want to put your people leadership and relationship management skills to work in a small and complex environment? Enjoy the outdoors along with large quantities of fresh crayfish, paua, and blue cod? We are looking for a Supervisor in the Chatham Islands – part of the Lower North Island Region – the greatest little region in New Zealand. 

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Science Advisor Freshwater, Biodiversity Group, Invercargill
Category:Science/Environment
Location: Invercargill
Description:

The Department of Conservation (DOC) received a significant funding boost in 2018 of $181.6 million over four years.   This is one of the biggest funding increases that DOC has ever received, and it will benefit New Zealand's native plants, wildlife and natural landscapes.  $76 million of this funding is for biodiversity initiatives across land, freshwater and marine ecosystems, which means that DOC's Biodiversity Group is expanding in order to deliver its ambitious new work programme.

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Science Advisor Freshwater, Biodiversity Group, Dunedin
Category:Science/Environment
Location: Dunedin
Description:

The Department of Conservation (DOC) received a significant funding boost in 2018 of $181.6 million over four years.   This is one of the biggest funding increases that DOC has ever received, and it will benefit New Zealand's native plants, wildlife and natural landscapes.  $76 million of this funding is for biodiversity initiatives across land, freshwater and marine ecosystems, which means that DOC's Biodiversity Group is expanding in order to deliver its ambitious new work programme.

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Science Advisor Freshwater, Biodiversity Group, Hokitika
Category:Science/Environment
Location: Hokitika
Description:

The Department of Conservation (DOC) received a significant funding boost in 2018 of $181.6 million over four years.   This is one of the biggest funding increases that DOC has ever received, and it will benefit New Zealand's native plants, wildlife and natural landscapes.  $76 million of this funding is for biodiversity initiatives across land, freshwater and marine ecosystems, which means that DOC's Biodiversity Group is expanding in order to deliver its ambitious new work programme.

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Science Advisor Freshwater, Biodiversity Group, Nelson
Category:Science/Environment
Location: Nelson
Description:

The Department of Conservation (DOC) received a significant funding boost in 2018 of $181.6 million over four years.   This is one of the biggest funding increases that DOC has ever received, and it will benefit New Zealand's native plants, wildlife and natural landscapes.  $76 million of this funding is for biodiversity initiatives across land, freshwater and marine ecosystems, which means that DOC's Biodiversity Group is expanding in order to deliver its ambitious new work programme.

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Science Advisor, Freshwater, Biodiversity Group, Hokitika
Category:Science/Environment
Location: Hokitika
Description:

The Department of Conservation (DOC) received a significant funding boost in 2018 of $181.6 million over four years.   This is one of the biggest funding increases that DOC has ever received, and it will benefit New Zealand's native plants, wildlife and natural landscapes.  $76 million of this funding is for biodiversity initiatives across land, freshwater and marine ecosystems, which means that DOC's Biodiversity Group is expanding in order to deliver its ambitious new work programme.

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Science Advisor, Freshwater, Biodiversity Group, Invercargill
Category:Science/Environment
Location: Invercargill
Description:

The Department of Conservation (DOC) received a significant funding boost in 2018 of $181.6 million over four years.   This is one of the biggest funding increases that DOC has ever received, and it will benefit New Zealand's native plants, wildlife and natural landscapes.  $76 million of this funding is for biodiversity initiatives across land, freshwater and marine ecosystems, which means that DOC's Biodiversity Group is expanding in order to deliver its ambitious new work programme.

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Science Advisor, Freshwater, Biodiversity Group, Nelson
Category:Science/Environment
Location: Nelson
Description:

The Department of Conservation (DOC) received a significant funding boost in 2018 of $181.6 million over four years.   This is one of the biggest funding increases that DOC has ever received, and it will benefit New Zealand's native plants, wildlife and natural landscapes.  $76 million of this funding is for biodiversity initiatives across land, freshwater and marine ecosystems, which means that DOC's Biodiversity Group is expanding in order to deliver its ambitious new work programme.

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Science Advisor, Freshwater, Biodiversity Group, Dunedin
Category:Science/Environment
Location: Dunedin
Description:

The Department of Conservation (DOC) received a significant funding boost in 2018 of $181.6 million over four years.   This is one of the biggest funding increases that DOC has ever received, and it will benefit New Zealand's native plants, wildlife and natural landscapes.  $76 million of this funding is for biodiversity initiatives across land, freshwater and marine ecosystems, which means that DOC's Biodiversity Group is expanding in order to deliver its ambitious new work programme.

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Technical Advisor, Freshwater, Biodiversity Group, Wellington
Category:Technical
Location: Wellington
Description:

The Department of Conservation (DOC) received a significant funding boost in 2018 of $181.6 million over four years.   This is one of the biggest funding increases that DOC has ever received, and it will benefit New Zealand's native plants, wildlife and natural landscapes. $76 million of this funding is for biodiversity initiatives across land, freshwater and marine ecosystems, which means that DOC's Biodiversity Group is expanding in order to deliver its ambitious new work programme.

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Technical Advisor, Freshwater, Biodiversity Group, Hokitika
Category:Technical
Location: Hokitika
Description:

The Department of Conservation (DOC) received a significant funding boost in 2018 of $181.6 million over four years.   This is one of the biggest funding increases that DOC has ever received, and it will benefit New Zealand's native plants, wildlife and natural landscapes. $76 million of this funding is for biodiversity initiatives across land, freshwater and marine ecosystems, which means that DOC's Biodiversity Group is expanding in order to deliver its ambitious new work programme.

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Technical Advisor, Freshwater, Biodiversity Group, Warkworth
Category:Technical
Location: Warkworth
Description:

The Department of Conservation (DOC) received a significant funding boost in 2018 of $181.6 million over four years.   This is one of the biggest funding increases that DOC has ever received, and it will benefit New Zealand's native plants, wildlife and natural landscapes. $76 million of this funding is for biodiversity initiatives across land, freshwater and marine ecosystems, which means that DOC's Biodiversity Group is expanding in order to deliver its ambitious new work programme.

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Technical Advisor, Freshwater, Biodiversity Group, North Head
Category:Technical
Location: North Head
Description:

The Department of Conservation (DOC) received a significant funding boost in 2018 of $181.6 million over four years.   This is one of the biggest funding increases that DOC has ever received, and it will benefit New Zealand's native plants, wildlife and natural landscapes. $76 million of this funding is for biodiversity initiatives across land, freshwater and marine ecosystems, which means that DOC's Biodiversity Group is expanding in order to deliver its ambitious new work programme.

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Technical Advisor, Freshwater, Biodiversity Group, Whangarei
Category:Technical
Location: Whangarei
Description:

The Department of Conservation (DOC) received a significant funding boost in 2018 of $181.6 million over four years.   This is one of the biggest funding increases that DOC has ever received, and it will benefit New Zealand's native plants, wildlife and natural landscapes. $76 million of this funding is for biodiversity initiatives across land, freshwater and marine ecosystems, which means that DOC's Biodiversity Group is expanding in order to deliver its ambitious new work programme.

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